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SOURCE: eReflect Pty Ltd
With the world’s technology gurus quickly racing to fix the vocabulary problems that computers have caused, one US-geared self-improvement software producer announces a new package that could be vocabulary’s saving grace.
(PRWEB) April 04, 2012
With parents and bosses across the country letting out yet another sigh at the realisation of technology’s impact on vocabulary, it appears some of the big names are now fighting back.
eReflect, a leading producer of self-improvement software is announcing its contribution, with the launch of a Vocabulary-centric learning tool.
The announcement comes at a time when even global giants such as Twitter are working furiously to find ways of maintaining the vocabulary standards seen before the rise in keyboard-based communication.
Ultimate Vocabulary is the latest addition to eReflect’s impressive suite of self-improvement software packages. As Marc Slater, Managing Director of eReflect explains, the software is now more important than ever:
“There has always been a need to improve vocabulary. However, the rise in keyboard communication has caused a drop in vocabulary standards,” he says.
Continuing, “This means that large companies have a responsibility to improve the standards. The launch of Ultimate Vocabulary is our contribution – offering an authoritative and scientifically proven solution to the growing problem.”
Other industry giants are also doing their bit. For example, Artwiculate is a site set up by a team of individuals looking to improve the standards of vocabulary seen on the social networking site Twitter.
By offering up a daily word, users of the site decide on the best Twitter-based use of it by means of a public vote.
Their official site says that Artwiculate “Helps clever people look clever and helps the rest of us learn new words.”
Slater personally supports all of these initiatives, calling upon other companies to do more to solve slipping standards:
“If a company is existing in the online or technology market, they should be doing their bit to ensure that their technology isn’t contributing to poor standards. As sites like Artwiculate have proven, learning and improvement can be done in a fun and social way,” he adds.
eReflect is a world leader in self-improvement software, with products currently being used by tens of thousands of people in over 110 countries.
When Ultimate Vocabulary was released in 2006, it quickly became the most sought after and awarded vocabulary software available. Since then eReflect has released a number of highly successful and popular products in the speed reading, spelling, and memory improvement markets.
eReflect prides itself on creating the best products available. Each eReflect product represents the painstaking work of top content experts, engineers, academic studies, and customer research. All products are backed with a famous 365 day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee.
More information can be found online at: http://www.ereflect.com
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